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Process in which a medical transcriptionist makes minor changes in a dictated report such as grammatical errors, inconsistencies, redundancies, or inappropriate remarks without altering the dictator's style.
See also: verbatim transcription


a system that has evolved to correct errors occurring during DNA REPLICATION. The DNA POLYMERASE enzymes involved in DNA replication possess an EXONUCLEASE activity, which serves a ‘proofreading’ and ‘editing’ function. Mistakes, in terms of MISMATCH OF BASES, due to the wrong BASE being inserted during replication, are searched for and excised.
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Ward Professor of Economics and the economics department chair at University of California, Berkeley, shared with Staff Editor John Manganaro his belief that predictive analysis is the wave of the future for plan sponsors.
Nova Science staff editor Guo has compiled research papers from 27 contributors from around the world on the subject of research trends in robotics, and how this once futuristic concept has evolved into practical applications in everyday life.
I very much enjoyed the article by Staff Editor Rita Premo entitled "Common Thieves and Uncommon Solutions" (August).
When you hire a staff editor you can make reasonable restrictions on what other activities he or she may engage in, but this doesn't work with celebrities.
8220;Sound of Silence” has been assigned to Barking Rain Press staff editor Julie Spergel.
Specifically, I wish to thank our Journal Staff Editor, Josh Snyder for his attention to detail and professional manner.
Rick Docksai is a staff editor for THE FUTURIST and World Future Review.
Nova Science staff editor Kislow combines practical tips (such as why not to tape your windows before a hurricane) with detailed explanations of how hurricanes are measured and documented.
Nova staff editor Callara has edited this series of essays on challenges in the nursing industry, and how the medical field has adapted to the scarcity of doctors by relying more upon the expertise of nurses.
Other features this month include a case study on a high-rise multitenant property by staff editor Rita Premo, an examination of the risks of wireless computing--including solutions--by IT pert Dale Gonzalez, an analysis of the way privacy laws affect how companies can use information by attorney Benjamin S.
Slip Sliding Away" has been assigned to Barking Rain Press senior staff editor Ti Locke.
I wish to gratefully acknowledge the support and valuable contributions of the Journal staff editor, Josh Snyder.

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